I saw this picture from Inquirer.net today.
What makes this volcano stand out from the rest is its almost perfect cone. I remember a school performance when I was in grade school about the myth of the Mayon Volcano. The myth says that the Mayon stands as a symbol of love between Princess Magayon and the man she loves, Panganoron. Ill-fated love. I was one of those girls surrounding the princess when she was stabbed so I clearly remember her well-orchestrated fall:-) The words “grand” and “majestic” were frequently repeated to describe the Mayon Volcano backdrop.
Aside from Vigan, the Mayon Volcano in Legaspi City is one place I wish to go to. This post from the Inquirer reminded me to prod my husband once more. Destination: Legaspi City!